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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. kindofyoung

    kindofyoung Well-Known Member

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    yup something like this would be great

    alternatively a close-up side-profile one, so you can really see the different textures? [​IMG]
     
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    I've tried a lot of different chocolates, including some very expensive imported ones, but I think this is the best peanut butter flavored candy I've ever tasted. Amazing.
     
  3. TWorksheets

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    Just noticed that Bill Murray is wearing a pair of Nike QS Wovens in Lost in Translation :slayer:

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  4. Find Finn

    Find Finn Well-Known Member

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    I can't tell if you are serious, if you are :facepalm:
     
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    I can't be the only one thinking that soliciting other members to provide photos of their fits, wardrobes, closets, etc. for a heavy-traffic site's banner is a bit much.
     
  6. bows1

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    No its very weird, I've just chosen not to respond or humor it
     
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  7. bows1

    bows1 Well-Known Member

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    Style inspiration

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    that shirt is so good especially the placket. and i love that it appears to have a pocket?
     
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    Thanks guys, I knew you'd like it. The necklaces are just for the picture, not going outside like that. I'm not crazy :rolleyes:
     
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  11. sipang

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    Is StyleforumRobot a real robot ?
     
  12. conceptual 4est

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    yes, here is a documentary about me building and programming StyleforumRobot:



    wait til you see what he does when he finds out thumb comments have been deactivated!
     
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  13. thewho13

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    Ah shit I missed yoga talk by one page. Noooooooooooooooooooommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
     
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    am not at all familiar with any, but which kind of class did you go to ? i'm likely signing up for yin yoga as it seems to be good for stretching connective tissues. i do enough compound lifts and core work on my own otherwise.
     
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    Im starting with Vinyasa and I'm going to do some Ashtanga with a friend of mine. No I don't know what those words mean either
     
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    suddenly i'm overwhelmed by memories of mat-toting women crowding the streets of park slope as i tried to get from jpan to the ice cream shop ... i'm not sure i can handle this now :cry:
     
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  17. KingJulien

    KingJulien Well-Known Member

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    That's kinda like avoiding any interest in design/clothes because menswear bloggers are annoying, though..

    I've done some on my own but I (coincidentally) have my first actual class tomorrow.
     
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    I thought it was weird too, but bows's licensing fees are probably so high that it would never happen anyway.
     
  19. the shah

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    i do avoid any interest

    class starts next monday !
     
  20. thewho13

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    I do vinyasa yoga regularly, and I've done ashtanga a few times. If I'm not mistaken, ashtanga is just about progressing through different "series" (sun salutations, then the "primary" series; if it's an advanced class, then maybe some back bends, maybe some crazy legs-over-the-head stuff, maybe some other insane flexible-people shit). You also do a bunch of different locks (think feet behind the head). Ashtanga usually means "really fucking difficult" if you are neither flexible nor used to yoga. Of course, that's just my experience with it, and I don't know what all the names mean exactly either. I've done stuff like this before (see the picture below) and it practically broke me for about four days afterward.

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    It's also funny being home for break and being the youngest person at this studio I found nearby. All these young to middle-aged moms come in talking about their kids, and then once the class begins they just kick my ass doing standing splits and other crazy stuff.
     
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